Danger, 12 Nov 2019LoL samsung made the best screen in a smartphone. Thats why many company such as apple, google... moreIndeed Samsung made better oled than the rest, unless for faulty ones. But the amoleds will fault overtimes, much shorter than LCD. Thats why no Samsung TV uses amoled (for static images like TV logo).
huan mata, 11 Nov 2019samsung amoled screen has burn in problem ,green lines on screen, white colors on samsung amol... moreI'm writing this from my S6 that I don't use much since I got my Note9 1 year ago on Black Friday.
I've used this S6 loads as a 1 & only driver for 4 years, I never had an issue with any burn in or colour loss, maybe it's lost some blue, my Note9 screen is noticeably more perfect.
Regarding burn in I've played loads of Chess on it's Super AMOLED screen, brightness= ~50%, also Sat nav brightness up to 100% in daylight sunshine.
I've looked for an imprint or an impression of the chessboard, but I can't see any on this S6 & I've looked hard to see with full brightness @ max nits on both clear white & clear black backgrounds, with no trace whatsoever.
Green lines? Looks like you dropped it with no case, or you got an substandard ex-repair unit.
This S6 has been dropped without a case & the screen glass is cracked in the corner, but the display is fine.
GrandMaster, 12 Nov 2019Nope. The poor battery life is coz of MIUI 11. You can see people with different Xiaomi device... moreMIUI 11 is unpolished in the back-end. Even Pocophones have significantly dropped SOT from the usual 8 to 9 hours to only 5 hours.
Striker, 12 Nov 2019So, not only is the OS an iOS copycat, but the display is going to be a Samsung ripoff?! Bahah... moreYou know, Mi Note started as having curved-edged display glass but using LCD. The succeeding Mi Note 2 has curved OLED screen. Yeah, if you're too fixated about Samsung being the only one with curved display then that just shows how narrow-minded people are.
Anonymous, 12 Nov 2019430 nits is not impressive, average at best.Didn't you read well enough? It's 430 nits manual and 600 nits in auto.
Behind OLED front camera, waterproof, 108mp rear, 12GB/512GB, UFS, very slight curve on waterfall sides, no bezels, wireless rapid charging, expandable SD and $500 make this a flagship killer.
Armorkingu, 12 Nov 2019I want this phone, all MIUI haters be damned. Samsung has best display? Pfft...Can you even... moreLoL samsung made the best screen in a smartphone. Thats why many company such as apple, google are using their tech.
Striker, 12 Nov 2019So, not only is the OS an iOS copycat, but the display is going to be a Samsung ripoff?! Bahah... moreSo triggered over handsets but achieved less than nothing in actuality. Betcha this scrub got a lot going on in his life. Why not start an iOS vs Android war while you’re at it, get out of here with brand/nationality bashing, get.
Striker, 12 Nov 2019So, not only is the OS an iOS copycat, but the display is going to be a Samsung ripoff?! Bahah... moreReally? Android is a ripoff of iOS? Then how come android gets new features before ios and ios comes lagging behind? Stock android also comes with new features after MIUI, and others.
Samsung is just one, of many, panel manufacturers. There is no copying here. Xiaomi, like everyone else, gets quotes from several suppliers and of course they select the best offer based on cost and performance.
In its best setting the Mi Note 10 manages an average deltaE of 1.9, and a deltaE of 3.7 in default mode.
In its best setting the Samsung Note10+ manages an average deltaE of 2.4, and a deltaE of 5.0 in default mode.
In case you don't know, lower is better and 2 is considered the limit as to there our human eyes are capable of spotting any errors.
So the Mi Note 10's is capable of flawless color reproduction, and the Samsung Note10+ is not. It's not bad, but not flawless either.
Even in it's best mode the Samsung Note10+ has some deviations up to 3.4. That is close to the Mi Note 10's average in it's default mode.
Anonymous, 12 Nov 2019Anyone with an IQ above 50 can tweak things to get rid of system wide ads. Search YouTube, all... moreYou sure are a genius! I knew that, and everybody knows. I'm taking about them being a bad thing, all big companies don't have ads on stock apps at all. They should remove them.
So, not only is the OS an iOS copycat, but the display is going to be a Samsung ripoff?! Bahahaha! No, thanks. For Chinaland, propably will be ok, not for Europe and America :)
Copy the cat, 11 Nov 2019That y the battery life is poor even 5260mah lol..low quality oled screenNope. The poor battery life is coz of MIUI 11. You can see people with different Xiaomi devices reporting the same after MIUI 11 update.
I want this phone, all MIUI haters be damned.
Samsung has best display? Pfft...Can you even tell the difference with naked eyes?
MIUI ads? I've over 5 Xiaomi phones and I've never noticed the ads.
Color accuracy is another matter entirely, and I have to wait for the review to come out first before buying this phone. So far, the most accurate displays are the ones from flagships like Iphone 11 Pro Max or Samsung S10
Source : http://www.displaymate.com/iPhone_11Pro_ShootOut_1P.htm
Source : http://www.displaymate.com/Galaxy_S10_ShootOut_1S.htm
Anonymous, 12 Nov 2019Just got miui 11 global stable on my mi8, same ads as beforeNow that I'm even more curious what APP ( especially xiaomi's app) that you use in your daily driver that which contain ads.
I am on miui 11.xxx stable on a Chinese ROM, and I only use the browser from xiaomi which it is somewhat great for watching any videos online ( it kind of function like iOS, it separate the video from the website which I don't have to deal with ada from webpage).
Other than that, I hardly open any xiaomi's app, and even so I did open some once in while and no ads at all ( at least not all ).
Even the browser only shows the ads when I tap on the 3 stripe to open "option/manu" .
Anonymous, 12 Nov 2019Just got miui 11 global stable on my mi8, same ads as beforeNext time you see an ad in an app, try actually taking the time to going into that app's settings to disable it instead of complaining. They won't magically disappear, and there is no single toggle for all of them yet.
Now, you're going to whine about how it's such a tedious process. It's either that or living with ads. Pick one.